The power to emit a variety of toxic gases.
- Gas Exudation
- Miasma Breathing
- Toxic Spraying
User can exude toxic gases, causing various effects on others who inhale these fumes including hyper stimulation, lethargy, coma. Because gas diffuses indefinitely in concentration, it becomes less potent and less concentrated once it has expanded.
- Chlorine Gas Generation: The power to exhale chlorine gas instead of carbon dioxide.
- Nerve Gas Generation: The power to generate nerve gas, in which they are immune to. Inhalation of this gas causes subjects to have pupil contraction, convulsions, involuntary evacuation and seized respiratory system.
- Pheromone Generation
- Stench Generation
- User may not be immune to their miasma.
- May be constantly active.
- User may be incapable of singling secreted chemical.
- Sometimes incapable of bodily harm.